Who We Support

Naturopathic CE proudly supports natural medicine organizations. We believe in giving back to the organizations that serve our medicine, our communities, and our mission. It takes a village and every little bit helps. Scroll down to learn more about these incredible organizations.

Alliance of International Aromatherapists (AIA)

The Alliance of International Aromatherapists (AIA) is a global professional organization dedicated to advancing the field of aromatherapy and promoting the safe and effective use of essential oils. AIA serves as a vibrant community for aromatherapists and those interested in aromatherapy, providing access to a wealth of educational resources, research, and professional development opportunities. The organization is committed to fostering high standards of practice, ethics, and safety within the industry, ensuring that members are well-informed and equipped to use aromatherapy in various settings. AIA also hosts conferences, webinars, and events that facilitate the exchange of knowledge and ideas among practitioners worldwide. Through its efforts, AIA aims to elevate the profile of aromatherapy and support the personal and professional growth of its members, ultimately enhancing the overall health and well-being of individuals and communities globally.

American Institute of Homeopathy (AIH)

Established in 1844, the American Institute of Homeopathy (AIH) is the oldest national medical association in the United States, welcoming licensed physicians (medical, osteopathic, naturopathic, and veterinary), dentists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacologists, and pharmacists who integrate homeopathic medicine into their practice. The AIH’s mission is to promote the science and art of homeopathic medicine, safeguard the interests of the homeopathic medical profession, ensure the quality and integrity of homeopathic medicines, set educational standards, educate the medical and scientific communities on the scientific basis of homeopathy, and inform the public about homeopathy as a medical specialty. The American Board of Homeotherapeutics, a separate entity, certifies medically-licensed homeopathic physicians. Additionally, AIH publishes the peer-reviewed American Journal of Homeopathic Medicine quarterly, featuring original research, case studies, history, philosophy, and reviews. Further details on membership, certification, and journal submissions can be found on their respective pages.

Americans for Homeopathy Choice (AFHC)

Americans for Homeopathy Choice is a non-partisan, 501c(3)-tax deductible, national nonprofit formed to:

  1. Support the rights of the 6 million (and growing) Americans who use homeopathy.
  2. Protect access to homeopathic medicines so that practitioners can treat their clients using the full range of homeopathic medicines.
  3. Support manufacturers of homeopathic medicines which meet the standards for strength, quality, and purity.
  4. Include consumers, practitioners, manufacturers, and other supporters of homeopathic medicine in its efforts.

Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy Foundation (AVHF)


Founded in 1995, the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy (AVH) is comprised of veterinarians dedicated to restoring true health to their patients through homeopathic treatment. The AVH supports veterinary homeopaths through education and advocacy, promoting the principles of Classical Homeopathy. Members have access to resources such as The AVH Journal, conference proceedings, monthly webinars, case examples, homeopathic literature, a community forum, and discounted registration for the annual conference. Collaborating with the Pitcairn Institute of Veterinary Homeopathy (PIVH), the AVH shares booths and provides lectures at major conferences and maintains a page in the Integrative Veterinary Care Journal to highlight homeopathic successes and continuing education updates. Financial support is offered through scholarships for PIVH students and funding for homeopathic lectures at veterinary schools. The AVH has defended the practice of homeopathy against criticism from some in the allopathic community for over a century and provides support for members facing complaints while practicing classical homeopathy. In 2013, the AVH successfully encouraged the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) to support the ongoing use of homeopathy after a white paper from the Connecticut VMA sought to discourage it, with the AVH providing crucial letters and in-person support at the annual AVMA meeting.

Canadian Federation of Aromatherapists (CFA)

The Canadian Federation of Aromatherapists (CFA) is the leading and largest accrediting aromatherapy association in Canada, established in 1993 as a volunteer-based, nonprofit, federally chartered organization. CFA sets high educational standards, requiring its approved schools to teach the science of aromatherapy along with anatomy and physiology, ensuring students understand how these components integrate for safe and effective holistic health. Professional members must complete ongoing educational programs, enhancing their knowledge through a variety of courses, retreats, workshops, and lectures. The CFA supports the growth of the aromatherapy field and its members by providing up-to-date information and best practices on the therapeutic use of essential oils and natural materials. With a mission to promote holistic health and a vision to lead in aromatherapy education both nationally and internationally, CFA honors its history by maintaining rigorous standards and supporting approved schools through a thorough vetting process, offering diverse learning opportunities in multiple languages.

Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians (HANP)

The Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians (HANP), established in the late 1970s and early 1980s, is a specialty organization within the naturopathic medical profession affiliated with the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP). As a nonprofit organization, HANP relies on the volunteer efforts of its board, student representatives, and focus group volunteers to connect, guide, and support naturopathic physicians in the practice of homeopathy. HANP promotes excellence in homeopathic practice through establishing standards, providing education, and offering mentorship. Key activities include enhancing the homeopathic curriculum at naturopathic colleges, offering continuing education, collaborating with other homeopathic organizations, and publishing the peer-reviewed journal, Simillimum. HANP has a history of defending the practice of homeopathy, notably influencing the American Veterinary Medical Association’s (AVMA) support for homeopathy in 2013. With a focus on continuous learning and community support, HANP aims to heal divisions within the homeopathic community and uphold the principles of vitalistic medicine, emphasizing harmony with the healing power of nature.

Homeopathy for Health in Africa (HHA)

Homeopathy for Health in Africa (HHA) is a non-governmental organization dedicated to providing homeopathic care to communities in Africa, particularly those affected by HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other chronic conditions. Founded by homeopaths Jeremy and Camilla Sherr, HHA operates with a mission to alleviate suffering through effective, accessible homeopathic treatment. The organization not only offers clinical services but also engages in extensive outreach and education to empower local health practitioners and communities. Through mobile clinics and partnerships with local health facilities, HHA has successfully integrated homeopathy into primary healthcare, improving the quality of life for thousands of individuals across the region. Additionally, HHA is committed to rigorous documentation and research to validate the impact of homeopathy in these settings, contributing valuable data to the global homeopathic community.

HOHM Foundation (HOHM)

The HOHM Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to promoting holistic health and well-being through the principles and practices of homeopathy. By supporting education, research, and outreach initiatives, the foundation aims to increase public awareness and accessibility to homeopathic treatments. The HOHM Foundation collaborates with healthcare practitioners, educators, and communities to advance the integration of homeopathy into mainstream healthcare. It provides funding for homeopathic research projects, scholarships for students pursuing homeopathic education, and resources for practitioners to enhance their knowledge and skills. Through its efforts, the HOHM Foundation strives to foster a deeper understanding of homeopathy’s benefits and to support the growth and development of the homeopathic profession.

Homeopaths Without Borders (HWB)

Homeopaths Without Borders (HWB) is a humanitarian organization dedicated to providing homeopathic care and education in underserved regions around the world. Founded with a mission to improve global health through the principles of homeopathy, HWB sends teams of experienced homeopaths to areas affected by natural disasters, poverty, and lack of medical infrastructure. These professionals offer free homeopathic treatments, aiming to alleviate suffering and promote healing in communities with limited access to conventional medical resources. Additionally, HWB focuses on sustainable healthcare by training local practitioners, thereby empowering communities to maintain their own health and wellness long after HWB volunteers have departed. Through its compassionate efforts, Homeopaths Without Borders strives to make holistic healthcare accessible to all, regardless of geographic or economic barriers.

National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA)

The National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy is a 501(c)3 member based non-profit association devoted to the holistic integration and education of aromatherapy into a wide range of complementary healthcare practices including self care and home pharmacy. We offer scientific, empirical and current information about aromatherapy and essential oils to the public, practitioners, businesses, product designers, bloggers/writers, educators, healthcare professionals, and the media.
NAHA is actively involved with promoting and elevating academic standards in aromatherapy education and practice standards for the profession. NAHA is also devoted to increasing the publics knowledge and understanding of aromatherapy and its safe and effective application in everyday life.

North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH)

The North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH), founded in 1990, aims to set standards of competency and create a registry of individuals highly trained in classical homeopathy to inform and protect consumers. Since 2001, NASH has collaborated with organizations that maintain high standards of practice in classical homeopathy, recognizing those whose criteria meet or exceed its bylaws as a pathway to becoming a NASH Registered Member. Dedicated to upholding excellence, NASH’s registration process ensures practitioners are well-qualified. Central to NASH’s mission is promoting and representing professional homeopaths, enhancing their role in health care across North America. NASH seeks to provide professional unity, a strong voice among health care modalities, and a powerful societal presence. As the leading organization for professional homeopaths in North America, NASH supports its members in facing the challenges of homeopathic practice. NASH values peer review and case submissions, acknowledging homeopathy as a unique discipline that requires more than just scientific knowledge. Founded to support professional homeopaths without prior allopathic training, NASH emphasizes the importance of rapport, intuition, and logical application of homeopathic principles. Committed to growing the profession, NASH advocates for minimum competencies and adaptable educational standards, recognizing various philosophies and teaching styles. Ultimately, NASH believes the highest goal in homeopathy is client freedom, achievable only through practitioner freedom, maintaining the integrity of their healing art.

National Center for Homeopathy (NCH)

The National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) is a prominent nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting health through the principles and practice of homeopathy. Established with a mission to increase public awareness and access to homeopathic care, NCH provides educational resources, training, and support for both practitioners and patients. The organization advocates for the integration of homeopathy into mainstream healthcare, emphasizing its safe, natural, and holistic approach to healing. NCH also fosters a community of homeopathy enthusiasts and professionals, facilitating research, professional development, and public outreach. By upholding high standards of practice and encouraging evidence-based approaches, the National Center for Homeopathy strives to enhance the credibility and acceptance of homeopathy as a viable healthcare option.

National Health Freedom Coalition (NHFC)

The National Health Freedom Coalition (NHFC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals to access and choose their preferred healthcare options. With a mission to promote health freedom, NHFC advocates for legislative and policy changes that safeguard the autonomy of both healthcare practitioners and consumers. The organization works to ensure that individuals have the right to access a broad range of healthcare modalities, including complementary and alternative therapies. NHFC also focuses on educating the public about their health rights and empowering them to make informed health decisions. By fostering a collaborative environment among diverse health freedom advocates and organizations, the National Health Freedom Coalition aims to create a healthcare system that respects and supports personal choice and holistic wellness.